Irene Aftermath Leaves Families Stranded Without Basic Supplies and Necessities-You Can Help.

The tropical storm passed through Salem, MA over the weekend without causing any major damage. However, nearby communities were not spared Hurricane Irene’s wrath. The flooding had a devastating impact on families and property in Southern Vermont. Sarah Brophy, one of Winter Street’s finest was raised in Vermont, and she will be returning to her … Continue reading

Happy Holidays from Winter Street Architects!

Please click the image above to see our Holiday Newsletter! Also, we would like to say congratulations to our wonderful design studio who brought home an Honorable Mention at the Union Office Toys for Tots Box Decorating Contest!  The Winter Street box theme was a “LEED Certified Gingerbread House,” featuring chocolate covered solar panels, renewable … Continue reading

What Makes Sustainability Personal for You?

Our friends at Shaw are asking a great question this week during GreenBuild: What Makes Sustainability PERSONAL for You? For every response they get on twitter tagged #ShawGreenEdge until 5:00pm 11/19/2010, they will donate $1 to the Make It Right foundation, which supports green home building for those affected by Hurricane Katrina. Check out Shaw … Continue reading

Calling All Runners – Wicked Half Marathon!

So you’ve probably figured out by now that Winter Street loves a good marathon!  Being avid runners and community advocates, we also appreciate an opportunity to help a good cause. If you are interested in using your running to help at-risk youth, consider registering for the Tache Real Estate Wicked ½ Marathon in Salem and … Continue reading

Architecture for Humanity 5k walk/run 2010

Winter Street Architects once again participated in the annual Architecture for Humanity 5K walk/run around the Charles River in Boston.  Over 300 people raced this year and helped to raise over $5,000 for Architecture for Humanity’s Haiti Relief fund. With a team of 12 strong, including families members and Bentley the bullador, Winter Street had … Continue reading

Is Green the New Red for Fire Stations?

(By Paul Durand, AIA; with contributions from Dana Weeder, AIA LEED AP and Mike Fields) Green fire trucks instead of red ones? No, not that kind of green; the sustainable kind. The United States Green Building Council (USGBC) has brought sustainability to the mainstream of building design through their Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design … Continue reading

No. 11 Largest Interior Design Firm in Boston Area!

Winter Street Architects is proud to announce that it has been ranked #11 in the Boston Business Journal’s List of Area’s Largest Interior Design Firms!  Up from #14 last year, our dedicated designers and staff helped make 2009 one of Winter Street’s best, which we are proud and honored to have accomplished in light of … Continue reading

Fighting Kids Cancer…One Step at a Time

A Special Message from Winter Street Co-Founder, Mark Meche My youngest son Alexander was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in June of 2006. I am extremely happy to report that he is on the road to recovery. MassGeneral Hospital has helped my family over the past four years and in gratitude I am running my third Boston Marathon in support of … Continue reading

Giving Thanks

This year has been one of Winter Street’s most successful years to date…because of that we are very grateful for the people and opportunities that have been afforded to us to help make that happen.  We are also excited to continue to share with you our big ides for the future and look forward to … Continue reading

Alumni in the making

Winter Street Architects has a rich, professional-level internship program for interior designers and proudly attracts wanna-be Winter Streeters from our favorite local schools every semester.  This fall we feature three fabulous design interns from Endicott College.  We posed our new recruits with questions on their design style, internship expectations and dream project so you could get to know them. … Continue reading